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Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines for 2 weeks


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FILE PHOTO: A woman, wearing a face mask following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, sorts luggage at Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong, China October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Lam Yik/File Photo
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from April 20 for two weeks after the N501Y mutant COVID-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday.
The three countries would be classified as “extremely high risk” after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.

Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines after mutant Covid-19 strain detected


HONG KONG (REUTERS) - Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from April 20 for two weeks after the N501Y mutant Covid-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday (April 18).
The three countries would be classified as "extremely high risk" after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.
The city reported 30 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, 29 of which were imported, marking the highest daily toll since March 15.
Hong Kong has recorded over 11,600 cases in total and 209 deaths.

Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines over mutant COVID-19 strain

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HONG KONG: Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines for two weeks from Tuesday (Apr 20), after the N501Y mutant COVID-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday.

Hong Kong Bans Flights from India, Pakistan and Philippines for 2 Weeks Amid Covid Scare

The city reported 30 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, 29 of which were imported, marking the highest daily toll since March 15.

Hong Kong to ban flights from Pakistan, India, the Philippines till May 3

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HONG KONG, April 19 (China Daily/ANN): Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from April 20 for two weeks after the N501Y mutant Covid-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday (April 19).
The three countries would be classified as "extremely high risk" after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.
People who have stayed in these three countries for more than two hours will also be banned from boarding planes to enter Hong Kong. The suspension will last 14 days.

Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and Philippines for 2 weeks

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Airlines impacted by Hong Kong's ban on travellers from India, Pakistan and the Philippines include carriers such as Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, Vistara and Cebu Pacific
Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from April 20 for two weeks after the N501Y mutant COVID-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday.
The three countries would be classified as "extremely high risk" after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.

Coronavirus: India, Pakistan, Philippines flights banned for two weeks in Hong Kong

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Filed on April 19, 2021 | Last updated on April 19, 2021 at 08.05 am
The three countries would be classified as 'extremely high risk' after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain in the past 14 days.
Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from April 20 for two weeks after the N501Y mutant Covid-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday.
The three countries would be classified as “extremely high risk” after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.

Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and Philippines


Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and Philippines
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Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and Philippines
Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from April 20 for two weeks after the N501Y mutant Covid-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday.
The three countries would be classified as "extremely high risk" after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.
The city reported 30 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, 29 of which were imported, marking the highest daily toll since March 15. Hong Kong has recorded over 11,600 cases in total and 209 deaths.

Hong Kong bans flights from India, Pakistan and Philippines for two weeks


Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from 20 April for two weeks after the N501Y mutant Covid-19 variant was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday local time.
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The three countries would be classified as "extremely high risk" after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.
The city reported 30 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, 29 of which were imported, marking the highest daily toll since 15 March.
Hong Kong has recorded over 11,600 cases in total and 209 deaths.

Hong Kong bans flights from Philippines, India and Pakistan for 2 weeks

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April 19, 2021 | 11:02 am
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HONG KONG – Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from April 20 for two weeks after the N501Y mutant COVID-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday.
The three countries would be classified as “extremely high risk” after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.
The city reported 30 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, 29 of which were imported, marking the highest daily toll since March 15. Hong Kong has recorded over 11,600 cases in total and 209 deaths.

Hong Kong Bans Flight From Pakistan

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Hong Kong Bans Flight From Pakistan
Hong Kong has decided to suspend commercial passenger flights from Pakistan, India, and the Philippines.
According to details, the ban will come into effect on 20 April and will remain enforced for two weeks.
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Once the ban comes into effect, anyone who has spent more than two hours in these three countries will not be allowed to enter Hong Kong. Whereas, people already in isolation after returning from these countries will be required to take an additional COVID-19 diagnostic test on the 26
th day of quarantine.
Hong Kong’s ban on travelers from these three countries will adversely impact airline operators such as Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, Vistara, and Cebu Pacific.

Hong Kong suspends flights from India, Pakistan and Philippines


19 Apr 2021 (Last Updated April 19th, 2021 15:21)
The Hong Kong authorities have announced the suspension of flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines for 14 days starting from 20 April.
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The Hong Kong authorities have announced the suspension of flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines for 14 days starting from 20 April.
The latest move comes after a local N501Y mutant Covid-19 strain case has been detected in the Asian financial hub.
Passengers who have also stayed in these three countries for more than two hours even in transit for a flight to Hong Kong in the past 21 days were also restricted from entering the region for 14 days.

Hong Kong bans flights from India, Philippines and Pakistan for two weeks

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Hong Kong will suspend flights from India, Pakistan and the Philippines from April 20 for two weeks after the N501Y mutant COVID-19 strain was detected in the Asian financial hub for the first time, authorities said in a statement late on Sunday.
The three countries would be classified as "extremely high risk" after there had been multiple imported cases carrying the strain into Hong Kong in the past 14 days, the government said.
The city reported 30 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, 29 of which were imported, marking the highest daily toll since March 15. Hong Kong has recorded over 11,600 cases in total and 209 deaths.

Cebu Air raises $250 million through convertible bonds

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April 20, 2021 | 12:07 am
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CEBU AIR, Inc., the listed operator of budget carrier Cebu Pacific, announced on Monday that it had signed an agreement to receive $250-million investment in the form of convertible bonds with International Finance Corp., IFC Emerging Asia Fund, and Indigo Philippines LLC.
The agreement was signed on April 16 after the company’s board of directors’ approval, Cebu Air said in a disclosure to the stock exchange.
“Transaction closing is subject to post-signing deliverables, which the parties expect to complete over the succeeding weeks,” it added.
It said the number of underlying shares for the convertible bonds is 318.75 million common shares with P38 conversion price.

CEB scrapping hotline numbers on May 1

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Published April 18, 2021, 5:00 AM
With most passengers opting for self-service in booking and managing their flights online, Cebu Pacific (CEB) decided to discontinue its Philippine hotline numbers by next month, May 1, 2021. 
In the first quarter of this year, the airline noted a total of 87 percent of passengers maximized its website to book flights directly in the platform.
Along with this, 67 percent of CEB passengers managed their bookings online, specifically during flight disruptions.  
CEB was among the first airlines in Asia to invest in an integrated facility and technology for social intelligence and customer engagement in 2017.
The following year, CEB introduced Charlie the chatbot to enable passengers to receive real-time answers to common queries and transactions, such as flight schedule and status, check-in process, itinerary and boarding pass retrieval.

Travel, Tourism & Hospitality Cebu Pacific accelerates digital transformation


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Cebu Pacific (CEB), the Philippines' largest national flag carrier, has reaffirmed its full commitment to speed up its digital transformation, in line with its staunch resolve to make travel more convenient and accessible amidst the Covdi-19 pandemic.
 
CEB has taken great strides in continuously improving overall customer experience by enhancing its online booking, check-in, manage booking, as well as CEB’s virtual assistant named ‘Charlie the chatbot’.
 
The carrier has begun ramping-up its customer-first initiatives through digital innovation in 2017—making CEB one of the first airlines in Asia to invest in an integrated facility and technology for social intelligence and customer engagement.

Cebu Pacific accelerates digital transformation to make travel more convenient, accessible for everyone amidst COVID-19 pandemic

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Cebu Pacific to discontinue PHL hotline as it shifts to digital channels


Cebu Pacific to discontinue PHL hotline as it shifts to digital channels
By TED CORDERO, GMA News
Published April 15, 2021 6:29pm
Gokongwei-led budget carrier Cebu Pacific said Thursday it will discontinue its Philippine hotline numbers by May 01, 2021 as it ramps up its digital transformation efforts.
In a statement, Cebu Pacific said it continues to speed up its digital transformation in line with its commitment to keep improving its overall customer experience.
The airline said it has taken in online booking, check-in, manage booking, and “Charlie the chatbot.”
Cebu Pacific said it began ramping up its customer-first initiatives through digital innovation in 2017,  investing in an integrated facility and technology for social intelligence and customer engagement.

PH eyes adoption of COVID-19 digital travel pass

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, April 7) - The Department of Tourism (DOT) is considering to adopt a COVID-19 digital travel pass as a requirement for travelers to the country once international travel resumes.
"This move is parallel with the steps undertaken by other countries that have successfully relaxed borders to visitors amid the COVID-19 pandemic," Tourism Secretary Bernadette Puyat said in a statement on Wednesday.
She raised the possibility during a meeting with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and local tourism industry leaders.
Puyat said the travel pass developed by the IATA offers a global and standardized solution that will enable the validation and authentication of different country regulations regarding COVID-19 passenger travel requirements.

UAE-Philippines: Ramadan rush, new COVID-19 regulations push airfares to Dh5,000

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Dubai: Airfares on UAE-Philippines flights have surged in recent days, thanks in part to new Covid-19 regulations.
As per travel websites, a one-way flight ticket to Manila (from Dubai) will set passengers back by nearly Dh5,000, which is more than twice the rate seen on the route otherwise.
However, fares are seen coming down to around Dh3,000 in the coming weeks.
"The demand for VFR (visiting, friend and relatives) traffic between the UAE and the Philippines has been rising - especially to the province Cebu," said Linus Benjamin Bauer, managing director of Bauer Aviation Advisory.
The recent removal of mandatory quarantine in Cebu is encouraging more UAE expatriates to travel.

Cebu Pacific's refunds payable hit P1.43 billion in 2020

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BUDGET CARRIER Cebu Pacific said its customer refunds payable reached P1.43 billion last year due to a surge in refund requests amid a public health crisis.
Cebu Air, Inc., the listed operator of the low-cost carrier, said in its annual report released on Thursday that it saw a “1,938.7% increase” in its refunds payable last year “due to a surge in refund requests with the increase in flight cancelations brought about by the COVID -19 (coronavirus disease 2019) outbreak.”
Its refunds payable last year totaled P1.43 billion, a significant increase from the previous year’s P70.17 million.
“In light of the significant increase in flight cancelations due to the COVID-19 outbreak and consequent to the grounding of the group’s commercial operations, customers were given options for their canceled flights which included, among others, conversion to a full travel fund which is a virtual wallet equivalent to the amount paid for an existing booking. A travel fund is valid for two years and can be used as payment for future bookings,” the budget carrier said.

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